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For years, June has been filled with major game and hardware announcements from Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo, along with major publishers like Ubisoft, Activision Blizzard, EA, and more. Starting in 2020, though, E3 has been very different. In 2021 the event was entirely virtual, and in 2022 it was canceled altogether. Despite plans to return to an in-person event in 2023, the show's future remains uncertain.

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E3 is not returning anytime soon

It looks like the video game expo won’t take place in person in either 2024 or 2025.

E3 isn’t coming back

The gaming industry has changed, and it doesn’t need E3 anymore.

E3 was a concentrated dose of gaming — and I’m going to miss it

Some of it sucked — the lines, the noise, the overpriced coffee — but it was also a rare opportunity to see a huge chunk of the games industry in one place.

The Verge

Even though I wrote earlier this year that E3 wouldn’t be coming back, I wanted to be wrong. I had hoped that E3 would somehow return to the grand show I loved following as a kid, but that’s not going to be the case. Tough day for a tough year in the video game industry.

Google’s Stadia cloud gaming service is coming November 19th: Everything you need to know

You can still preorder a Premiere Edition to play shortly after launch

Fortnite’s second celebrity tournament was a spectacular preview of next month’s World Cup

Mixing a wild custom stage, well-known stars, and lots of money on the line